FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – New details emerged Wednesday about how a
mole for the government of communist China managed to stay by
Senator Dianne Feinstein’s side for nearly 20 years.
FEINSTEIN'S HUSBAND IS DICK BLUM. DICK BLUM HAS HIS ASSOCIATE;
MART BAILEY, BRIBE CHINESE DIPLOMATS. DICK BLUM FLIES TO MONGOLIA
FOR SECRET MEETINGS WITH CHINESE BILLIONAIRES. THE FEINSTEIN
FAMILY HAVE HAD MULTIPLE INVESTMENT BANK ACCOUNTS THAT CHINESE
INVESTORS WIRE MONEY INTO.
happened five years ago, but additional information is just
surfacing about how the Bay Area senator’s office was infiltrated
by a Chinese spy.
all eyes are on Chinese intelligence in the Bay Areaafter
the website Politico reported last weekthat
a staffer for Senator Feinstein turned out to be a Chinese spy who
reported back to the government officials about local politics.
column revealed that the Chinese spy was Feinstein’s driver who
also served as a gofer in her Bay Area office and was a liaison to
the Asian-American community.
even attended Chinese consulate functions for the senator.
— who was Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee at the time —
was reportedly mortified when the FBI told her she’d be
reportedly concluded the driver hadn’t leaked anything of
substance and Feinstein forced him to retire.
FBI agent and KPIX 5 security analyst Jeff Harp said he was not
about Diane Feinstein and what she had access to,” said Harp.
“One, she had access to the Chinese community here in San
Francisco; great amount of political influence. Two, correct me if
I’m wrong, Dianne Feinstein still has very close ties to the
intelligence committees there in Washington, D.C.”
ran counter espionage for the FBI in the Bay Area. He said in
addition to traditional political intel and diplomatic secrets,
Bay Area spies are often focused on things like R&D,
technology and trade secrets.
also have an interest in the economy here. How to get political
influence here,” said Harp. “What’s being developed in Silicon
Valley that has dual-use technology. All of that is tied to the
he says, like in many areas, when it comes to counter intelligence
and espionage, the Bay Area is a trend setter.
the Bay Area goes, so does the nation when it comes to
technology,” said Harp. “So why not when it comes to spying?”
pointed out politicians with access to classified information are
generally trained on what not to say and when not to say it. But
he also noted when you have a driver behind the wheel day in and
day out for 20 years, there are more opportunities to slip up.
office would not comment on the story, saying they do not address
personnel matters or investigations, but they added that none of
their California offices staffers had ever had security clearance.